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Biomineralization

From Nature to Application (Metal Ions in Life Sciences)

by Astrid Sigel

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Wiley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mineralogy,
  • Science / Biochemistry,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages704
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10278463M
    ISBN 100470035250
    ISBN 109780470035252

    life, biomineralization is a discipline that is certain to see major advancements as a new generation of scientists brings cross-disciplinary training and new experimental and computational methods to the most daunting problems. It is, however, by no means a new field. The first book on biomineralization was published in in German by Size: 1MB. Biomineralization. Biomineralization is the process that produces the skeletons, shells, and teeth of most animals. It is also involved in magnetic orientation, gravity detection, and the storing of ions. This book compares a diverse number of systems, including mineral deposition of invertebrates, vertebrates, algae, and microorganisms.

    Purchase Biomineralization and Biomaterials - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , From the reviews:"The five chapters of Biomineralization, volume 1, provide a bridge between the mineralogy and the organic substrates that enable the mineral formation by organisms in nature and The book is a most useful reference for all concerned with biomineralization and biogenic minerals, and it also belongs on the shelves of earth.

    Advanced Topics in Biomineralization is a compendium of current topics focusing on processes of formation, organization, as well as mineralization of novel structural by: The concept of ‘biomineralization’ signifies mineralization processes that take place in close association with organic molecules or matrices. The awareness that mineral formation can be guided by organic molecules notably contributed to the understanding of the formation of the inorganic skeletons.


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Biomineralization by Astrid Sigel Download PDF EPUB FB2

The process that gives rise to these small and large inorganic-based structures of life is called biomineralization.

This book looks at the chemical principles Biomineralization book concepts of biomineralization and their application in the new field of biomimetic materials by: Biomineralization is the process that produces the skeletons, shells, and teeth of most animals. It is also involved in magnetic orientation, gravity detection, and the storing of ions.

This book compares a diverse number of systems, including mineral deposition of invertebrates, vertebrates, algae, and : Hardcover. Thus there is a rapidly growing number of research groups and journals worldwide dealing with biomineralization. This book provides a much-needed up-to-date account of the important developments in biomineralization, focusing on investigations of unicellular : Hardcover.

Biomineralization is the process that produces the skeletons, shells, and teeth of most animals. It is also involved in magnetic orientation, gravity detection, and the storing of ions. This book compares a diverse number of systems, including mineral deposition of invertebrates, vertebrates, algae, and microorganisms.

ISBN ; Free shipping for individuals worldwide; Immediate ebook access* with your print order; Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. This open access book is the proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Biomineralization (BIOMIN XIV) held in at Tsukuba. The book presents the state-of-the-art biomineralization research including basic mechanism.

About this book Biomineralization is a hot topic in the area of materials, and this volume in the Metals Ions in Life Sciences series takes a systematic approach, dealing with all aspects from the fundamentals to applications.

"From ions to life-minerals: there is a bio-inspired growth pathway paved by enzymes. Now organized according to the main biominerals, the book reflects the increasingly important biochemical aspects and medicinal applications, with four new chapters on biomineralization in mammals, including humans.

The whole is rounded off with an entire chapter dedicated to modern methods, especially physical ones that have advanced the field.

The process that gives rise to these small and large inorganic-based structures of life is called biomineralization. This book looks at the chemical principles and concepts of biomineralization 5/5(1).

About this book This first comprehensive overview of the modern aspects of biomineralization represents life and materials science at its best: Bioinspired pathways are the hot topics in many disciplines and this holds especially true for biomineralization.

The Biomineralization Sourcebook edited by Elaine DiMasi and Laurie B. Gower provides an in-depth and comprehensive overview over the various methods that nowadays exist for the investigation of the structures and properties of hybrid : Advanced Science News.

This book chapter introduces a class of biomaterials, i.e., biominerals, and their fascinating architectures. Furthermore, the growth mechanisms and complex morphologies of biominerals are addressed in light of recent developments in the understanding of.

"Lowenstam and Weiner's book will be an excellent source on biomineralization for researchers in a variety of areas. The material is organized effectively along both biological (phyla) and functional lines.

The basic format is that of a major review article, with liberal use of references to original literature.5/5(1). Biomineralization Sourcebook: Characterization of Biominerals and Biomimetic Materials emphasizes the interplay between multiple techniques at their current frontiers and explores how such studies may be carried out.

The book addresses atomic and molecular structure: how it is described, detected, and assessed for importance.5/5(1). This is an excellent book, bursting with information, much of which is quite beyond this reviewer. I can, however, appreciate the majesty of biomineralization in the history and workings of Earth, and marvel at its wondrous artistry I see under the microscope.

Brian R. Pratt Department of Geological Sciences University of Saskatchewan. This book presents an overview of our current understanding of the biomineralization mechanisms for shell formation in the pearl oyster Pinctada fucata, based on molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, structural biology and environmental da fucata is the major pearl-producing shellfish in the South China Sea and is also an established model.

Introduction This open access book is the proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Biomineralization (BIOMIN XIV) held in at Tsukuba. Biomineralization, in its strictest sense (1, 2), follows similar basic principles in all organisms.

In general, the mineralized skeleton produced by this process is highly ordered (2)(3)(4)(5. Biomineralization is the process by which mineral crystals are deposited in the matrix of living organisms.

Biomineralization is a hot topic in the area of materials, and this volume in the Metals Ions in Life Sciences series takes a systematic approach, dealing with all aspects from the fundamentals to 5/5(1). Biomineralization Principles and Concepts in Bioinorganic Materials Chemistry Stephen Mann Oxford Chemistry Masters.

Integrated approach and overview: first book to address concepts and principles in biomineralization for a chemistry based audience; Summary statements and summary sections: assists the reader in key points; suitable for a short. "Lowenstam and Weiner's book will be an excellent source on biomineralization for researchers in a variety of areas.

The material is organized effectively along both biological (phyla) and functional lines. The basic format is that of a major review article, with liberal use of references to original : $Focusing on the basic principles of mineral formation by organisms, this comprehensive volume explores questions that relate to a wide variety of fields, from biology and biochemistry, to 5/5(2).